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Confessions of an Ubuntu Fanboy

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Hi, my name is Jim and I’m a recovering Ubuntu fanboy.

The Urban Dictionary defines a fanboy as “a person who is completely loyal to a game or company regardless of if they suck or not.” In the past, I’ve been exactly that, and I think that a lot of other people in the Ubuntu community have been too.

Let me be clear, I’m still a huge fan of Ubuntu. I still think Linux is the best operating system on the market today, and that Ubuntu is a great choice for most people’s desktop computers. What I’m saying today is that I no longer want to be a fanboy!

Below are some of the things I’ve said in the past, thing that we’ve all said, things that Canonical sometimes says … things that are not completely true.

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